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Favorite Town/City in Alola

Discussion in 'Pokémon - Generation VII Discussion' started by Mega Altaria, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. Mega Altaria

    Mega Altaria 4th anniversary of ORAS, 16th anniversary of RS

    Which town or city in any one of Alola's four islands is your favorite? Remember to explain your choice(s) a little.
     
  2. kittyguy2008

    kittyguy2008 The Piano Man

    Personally I really like Malie City because while it is huge with tons to do, it manages to feel peaceful and has beautiful architecture and a nice park :)
     
  3. Mega Altaria

    Mega Altaria 4th anniversary of ORAS, 16th anniversary of RS

    My favourite would be Heahea City because Akala is my favourite island and I also like the fact that the centre of the city is circular.
     
  4. oshawott7

    oshawott7 cat burgler

    Definitely Malie City. Johto is my favorite region so I was very excited to see a city in Alola represent it. It also has my favorite music in the whole game along with Seafolk Village.
     
  5. Storm the Lycanroc

    Storm the Lycanroc Well-Known Member

    Hau'oli City would have to be my favorite city in Alola because it feels the most active. There's so many different things to do and it's size makes it fun to explore.
     
  6. Aquarelle

    Aquarelle Well-Known Member Staff Member

    I really like Seafolk Village. The houseboats are pretty cool IMO. I also love the village's night music - definitely one of my favourite themes in the Alola games. I often go there to just listen to the music.
     

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